Report: Former SAIL superintendent tried to illegally change her contract

Report: Former SAIL superintendent tried to illegally change her contract

COLUMBIA COUNTY, GA (WFXG) - The former superintendent of SAIL charter school in Columbia County could be facing legal trouble over allegations that she tried to illegally change her contract.

The incident report was filed Oct. 5 by vice-chairman of the Board of Governors for the School for Arts-Infused Learning Kevin Burnley. In the report, Burnley alleges that former superintendent Kristy Zgol tried to change her contract. The report states that sometime between 12:10 and 12:13 p.m. on Sept. 27, Zgol and an unknown person conspired to send her contract to her via a school computer so she could change the information on it. Zgol was also sent a generic contract. According to Burnley, those contracts are supposed to be kept secured where only human resources personnel have access to them.

The report also states that on Oct. 4, Zgol met with Cheryl Salter at SAIL and gave her the altered contract. The two of them reportedly went into the school and met with Mark Boyd at the school’s reception desk. Boyd, according to the report, back-dated to July 7, 2018, notarized, and sealed Zgol’s altered contract.

Burnley says in the report that Zgol, Salter, and Boyd have all been fired from SAIL and the school plans on pressing charges.

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